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Watch the Titles screenings

Watch the Titles screenings
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Watching an amazing title sequence on your pc or tv screen is great, but nothing beats the silver screen, right? Thanks to all the designers that collaborated, we were able to curate a one-hour screening program especially for cinemas that showcases a selection of the very best title sequences made between 2005-2011. This program toured cinemas in The Netherlands in 2010-2011, and is stlll screened at selected festivals and events worldwide.

Representing a wide roster of amazing talent from all over the world, the Watch the Titles screening program includes title sequences from films, TV shows, games and events. From science fiction to horror, from comedy to suspense, each title sequence represents a unique emotion, mood, style or atmosphere. So, fasten your seat-belt for a bumpy ride and, just this once, forget the film and watch the titles! You'll be glad you did!

Time: 1 hour | 1080p widescreen | Screening formats: BluRay, Digital File | Compiled in 2010 | Request a screening


Fresh Film Festival

Fresh Film Festival, Prague
Wed | 31 Aug 2013 | Světozor - Small Hall | 8 pm
A Watch the Titles screening at the freshest film festival in monumental Prague. How great is that!? The Fresh Film Fest also invited us to screen two other Submarine productions, The Art of Pho motion comic (linear version), and My Life As A Terrorist – The Story Of Hans-Joachim Klein a documentary by Submarine (the production house that connects to us like a Siamese twin). On top of that, Watch the Titles editor Remco Vlaanderen is part of the festival jury.
More info: Fresh Film Festival


Filmtheater Kriterion, Amsterdam
Wed | 21 Aug 2013 | 7.30 pm
Part of "Graphic Design and Film" Summer program, which includes a presentation by Dutch title designer Sander Brouwer, who will lecture on the history of title design up until the 1960s. And a special screening of Anatomy of a Murder by Otto Preminger with titles by Bass at 10pm.

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Schwäbisch Gmünd, Germany
Thurs | 18 October 2012 | 6.30 – 8pm
Programmkino „Brazilkino“ im KKF,  Hirschgässle 7, Schwäbisch Gmünd.
Part of the travelling exhibition Moving Types – Letters in Motion - A retrospective of typography in film from the early days of the cinema to the present.

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Pause Fest, Melbourne, Australia
Sat | 10 November 2012 | 9.30 pm
Hoyts - Lounge 9, Melbourne Central

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Mainz, Germany

Sat 11 August 2012 | 6 pm | at Capitol Cinema, Neubreunnenstr. 9, Mainz
Part of the finissage of the highly recommended exhibition Moving Types – Letters in Motion - A retrospective of typography in film from the early days of the cinema to the present, at the Gutenberg Museum. 

Admission: Euro 7, Reduced: 6
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Dutch e-Culture Days, Helsinki, Finland
Sat 21 July 2012 2012 | Pavilion of the World Design Capital, Ullanlinnankatu 2-4
Part of the Dutch E-culture Days @ World Design Capital Helsinki

Lowlands Festival, Holland

22 Aug 2010 | Echo tent at Lowlands (avant premiere)

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Playgrounds Festival
Fri 8 Oct 2010 | Playgrounds Festival, Tilburg

Dutch Tour
2010 - 2011
19 Sep, Rialto | Amsterdam (premiere) | 22 Sep, Chassé, Breda | 26 Sep, Images, Groningen | 29 Sep, Cinerama, Rotterdam | 30 Sep, Plaza Futura, Eindhoven | 13 Oct, Focus, Arnhem | 14 Oct, Verkadefabriek, Den Bosch | 22 Oct, Lux, Nijmegen | 23 Oct, Lumière, Maastricht | 24 Oct, Filmhuis, Den Haag | 25 Oct, Lumière, Maastricht | 26 Oct, Louis Hartlooper, Utrecht | 30 Oct, Scheltemacomplex, Leiden International Film Festival


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Founded in 2000 by Bruno Felix and Femke Wolting, Submarine Channel creates visually-led  projects projects that explore new storytelling possibilities. Projects include motion comics, video games, web documentaries, and transmedia projects. Submarine Channel's editorial projects include the popular Watch the Titles project, the curated music video website 2Pause, and Submarine Channel Profiles - the acclaimed, ongoing series of video interviews with designers, directors and artists on the web.

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